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What makes people buy? How to use hooks to captivate your audience and compel them to take action

For our last episode in Deep Messaging month, I want to talk in-depth about how to craft messaging that compels people to take action. Today we’re talking all about using hooks, which I think is one of the most effective messaging techniques you can use.

There are hooks out there that can feel icky or even obnoxious, and you’ve probably come across them before. But when they are crafted with integrity, hooks incite action in your audience and help them quickly understand your brand values and what they have to gain by working with you.

In this episode, I’m talking about what buying behavior is and how I’ve used hooks to communicate my brand values to my ideal clients more effectively than before. We will also cover why hooks, in particular, are so useful for both you and your prospective clients, some of the varieties of hooks I see out there in the online business world, and how you can start working them into your own messaging. 

The past month of conversations about deep messaging has been one of my favorites so far. I learned so much from both Deb Coman and Rachael Kay Albers, and I loved sharing my knowledge about finding your essential messages too.

Next month, we will be diving into operations and how to nurture your clients, so get ready to find out more about the number one factor a business needs to grow.  

What You’ll Learn from this Episode:

  • Why I’m on a mission to get more people working with smaller businesses that offer higher-touch, personalized support.
  • What buying behavior is and why so many of us get sucked into buying courses that don’t ultimately help move our business forward.
  • What hooks are and how they draw on different aspects of buying behavior.
  • Some common hooks you’ll see in the online business world and which ones are more effective for smaller, service-based businesses.
  • How hooks can help you declare your brand values in a way that makes potential clients feel super clear about the benefits of hiring you. 
  • Real-world examples of hooks that are working really well.

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